Tuesday, May 31, 2011

House Tour: Kitchen

I thought it was about time for me to show some photos of my house on my blog.  I know when I visit other blogs, after I've checked out a few posts and am still interested in seeing more, I next search for house photos.  Do you think that's nosy or voyeuristic?  Eh, I think it's important for people who blog about home design to share what their own homes look like.  After all, you wouldn't trust someone's fashion advice if that person looked like a frumpy slob, would you?

First up is my kitchen.  The photos are a mix of current and when we first moved into the house.  I haven't exactly done any redecorating in here in the three years since we built the house -- no need to.  Oh, and I'm not the best photo stylist, so you won't see carefully put-together vignettes and lots of fresh flowers.  This is just what my kitchen looks like every day.  Well, every day that it's cleaned up, anyway!

Left side of the kitchen
Right side of the kitchen
I love my super-deep, single-bowl undermount sink!

The utensil crock keeps things close at hand during cooking and baking

Bermioli Rocco Fido glass canning jars used as canisters for baking ingredients

1920s-style cupboard latches


When the cake stand isn't holding a delectable treat, it becomes a decorative object on the counter
Up-close drawer and cabinet shot
I think it's important for the fixed features of a house to be appropriate to the house's style.  We designed our kitchen to look like it came from a Craftsman bungalow from the 1920s era, which is the style of our house.  Everything from the shaker-style, inset door cabinets to the cabinet hardware, subway tiles, lighting and countertops are inspired by bungalows from the 1920s.  Of course, we worked in the modern conveniences that allow us to do the cooking and baking that we enjoy, too.

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I hope you enjoyed the first stop on my house tour.  More to come soon!

2 comments:

  1. Your kitchen is stunning!!! I love everything about it. Just gorgeous! I do the same thing you do with blogs-I love seeing how other people live. New follower!

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  2. Your kitchen is to die for!!! Seriously in love with all the details that you put into it.

    Kim @ www.mylifeincolorblog.com

    p.s. I do the same thing when looking at someone else's blog. I want to see their entire house! I think it is just natural to be curious about the way someone lives. :)

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